Review - Light in Dark Places
I was definitely curious about this book. I watched the events of this case as they unfolded on the news and felt sick. Here was another likely wife-killer like Mark Hacking and Scott Peterson. Only this time, he had custody of his two cute little boys.
It was so interesting to read what was going on behind the news stories. My heart ached for the author, who had lost a sister-in-law and friend, had a brother she cared about that she knew in her heart was a killer and had two nephews who she adored that she had to worry about. I hadn't known that they were planning for the boys to come live with them. What a loss!
This book was interesting, disturbing, heartbreaking. Surprisingly, it was also very hopeful and comforting. With so much evil in the world, it was nice to read about someone who had a clear perspective and courage to be outspoken and to act on her convictions. I was impressed with Jennifer Graves and her husband.